Abstract

We have developed integral 3D television image capture equipment using four 33-megapixel image sensors. By capturing elemental images that exceed the Nyquist frequency of a 33-megapixel image sensor, we were able to suppress aliasing and improve resolution. We also generated reconstructed 3D images by applying digital reconstruction to the elemental images obtained. As a result, we were also able to suppress aliasing and improve resolution in the reconstructed image.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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